so mobil 1 15w50 you say, how bout castrol syntec 15w50. i uses it in my car i just sold and it worked just fine. ahh what the hell its all synthetic shit anyways.RedlineR6 said:Mike, The Mobil 1 15w50 (red cap, silver bottle) is not a motorcycle specific oil, but will work just fine cause it does not have additives etc.. and is not a Energy Conserving oil.
I buy mine at Wal-Mart $18/ gal I believe.
The mobil 1 motorcycle specific is Mx4t I believe is gonna cost you your third leg. :moon
I have heard of the Royal Purple just recently when switch to full synthetic with my car. And for a quart was like $14.00 off a local car parts dealer. I also heard that Redline are one or the best out there. Alot of street racers I know uses these stuff. But the problem for me is to actually where to get them? I am thinking online? I checked Jeg's online and looks like they got the cheapest price for these lubricantsHammy_The_Can_Man said:For years I have run Bel-Ray and been very pleased.
However, as of late I've become very interested in Royal Puple:
They really didn't have a great reputation for motorcycle oil but just recently, it appears that they have been working hard to change that. Mobil 1 has always been tits and regardless of brand, the key is to be faithful about changing it. In fact, become "anal" about it. Car and motorcycle alike.